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Editor's note: This is the first in a series of opinion pieces from the group Better Internet for Inverness County. In October 2019, our Judique committee began the work of researching internet and cell...
Many of us are attempting to cope with the COVID-19 pandemic as it moves into its year-two existence and third-wave status. Vaccines are more readily available for those who want to receive them, albeit with increasing controversy...
Tourism is one of Cape Breton Island’s most important industries. Prior to the pandemic, it included over 700 businesses and organizations that employed over 5,500 people and generated over $400 million annually to our island economy.
It has been a very long 15 months as we all live through a once-in-a-lifetime public health crisis. As we’ve seen in recent days, COVID-19 still has its grip on our province and with...
I would like to commend Jake Boudrot on his article, “Baseball legend, long-time Volunteer, Barry Marchand passes away at 71,” which appeared in the May 5 edition of The Reporter. Barry Marchand’s reputation, as...
St. Peter’s Coastal Trail (the abandoned railway bed) has long been a touchy subject. It’s one of the few things that seem to divide residents and get people talking and arguing. It is approximately three kilometres, beginning...
I do not subscribe to the too-common practice of sanitizing or ignoring the past. I hope the following words will cause a (re)consideration and factual recognition for Canada’s First Nations’ extensive history in our regions and country.
The village of St. Peter’s, nestled between the ocean and the Bras d’Or Lake, is where I grew up, where my family have lived and owned property for generations, and it is where I hope to retire.
We were extremely disheartened, frustrated and confused to hear of the decision to recommend that the St. Peter’s-River Tillard trail be repurposed as a multi-use trail system. Before we elaborate, we’d like to thank...
Attention and assessment is needed concerning three exit sites in Port Hawkesbury; two sites coming from McDonalds and one site coming out from the Causeway Shopping Centre exit. I witnessed heavy volumes of vehicle...




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